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Log in and enroll in all 6 learning activities within this Pain Management Forum and hear national experts discuss current perspectives regarding best practices for chronic pain management.

Hear national experts discuss current perspectives regarding best practices for chronic pain management. There are 6 learning activities within this Pain Management Forum and the presentations focus on nonopioid interventions, options for individualizing therapy, strategies to improve care for patients who are receiving opioids without benefit and approaches to effectively collaborate with other providers to ensure proper management of pain.

To obtain 6.5 CPE credits for completing the APhA Pain Management Forum, participants must enroll and watch each archived webinar, successfully complete each assessment with a score of 70% or higher, complete respective evaluations, and CLAIM credit for each learning activity. Participants need to have a valid pharmacist.com username and password to claim credit. After credit has been claimed, please visit CPE monitor for your transcript. Credit may be earned for some or all of the activities; however, if one activity is not successfully past, you can contact APhA's education department, education@aphanet.org.

The APhA Pain Management Forum is a continuing education activity for pharmacists and technicians developed by the American Pharmacists Association.

This program is supported by an independent educational grant from Walmart, Inc.

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Finding Grace: An Overview of Addiction and Recovery

Hear from a leading expert on the many types of shame, strategies to prevent unhealthy shame during substance use disorder recovery, and how to apply this knowledge for your patients.
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Chronic Pain Management: Best Practices and Clinical Pearls

In this session, an pain management expert will share clinical pearls that highlight creative therapeutic approaches for supporting patients with chronic pain and will discuss how pharmacists can apply these approaches in a variety of practice settings.
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Bridging the Gap Between Pain Management and Drug Diversion

Addiction has sometimes been viewed as a character disorder, a poor upbringing, or parental neglect. Now, emerging science shows addiction to be a brain disease with the same genetic transmutability as many other chronic diseases.
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Using Brief Interventions in a Busy Pharmacy Setting

Screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment (SBIRT) is an evidence-based practice used to identify, reduce, and prevent problematic use, abuse, and dependence on opioids and other substances
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Naloxone: Understanding Its Role and Use in the Community

National experts discuss best practices for chronic pain management. Presentations focus on non-opioid interventions, options for individualizing therapy, strategies to improve care for patients receiving opioids without benefit, and approaches to effectively collaborate with other providers.
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Opioid Alternatives: The Roles and Risks of NSAIDs in Pain Management

Effectively managing chronic pain requires a multimodal approach with interventions tailored to each individual. But that doesn’t always mean opioids.
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